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Level 78
Content Creator
people told me that if have adguard, don't need uBlock. what do you say?
I used to use uBlock, and I liked it

Adguard filters HTTPS/SSL.
Does Bitdefender AV too has HTTPS/SSL scan?

I think its advisable to use any one's HTTPS/SSL.
bitdefender AV does scan SSL.
Is that going to conflict with Adguard, I mean, too many certificates at once?
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Level 78
Content Creator
I guess there could be issues.

I keep my AV's HTTPS/SSL disabled & Adguard's enabled.
thanks for the tip, I do have trouble loading certain sites, let's see if it helps.
But on the other hand, if I disable it in bitdefender, then bitdefender won't be able to scan for dangerous urls within HTTPS connection. Does that matter, or not really?

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